#2
Depends whether you want a rosewood fingerboard or a maple one - a maple one is snappier; and a rosewood one is warmer - and whether you want a singlecoil or humbucker in the bridge. A singlecoil will sound a lot more trebly than a humbucker.
#3
definitely, if shipping isnt too expensive, especially if it comes with all that extra stuff.
dst127 wrote:
Soundwash22 wrote:
Fred Durst is the Tom Green of music

No, some people actually like Tom Green.

dancesisidance wrote:
Shiroshu wrote:
I can't see Jimi approving of this.

Me neither, due to him not being alive and all.
#4
I would go for it. (especially because I like humbucker bridges.)


That amp is pretty bad for anything past practice, though.
#5
Quote by darkfire_storm
definitely, if shipping isnt too expensive, especially if it comes with all that extra stuff.

no shipping
i'll just be picking it up
#6
Go to GC and play the same guitar in the ad. Always compare stuff before you buy it, if you can. Maybe you could even play the guitar in the ad before you decide to buy it or not.

There is a subtle difference between rosewood and maple fretboards, but the biggest difference between the two guitars would obviously be the humbucker at the bridge. I think the HSS strat would be best. Nothing beats an HSS strat for versatility, and that maple neck just looks sweet.
My Gear:
American Deluxe HSS Strat
Crate GT212
Vintage '66 Fender Champ Amp
Dunlop Crybaby 535Q
Jekyll & Hyde Ultimate Overdrive
Vintage '74 MXR Script Phase 90
Vintage '77 MXR Flanger
Orange Squeezer (clone)
#7
amp looks like shit and I wouldn't get either of the pedals, but I'd go for the guitar/case if I were you.